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* METHODIST APPODiTMENTS. *
Bennettsville, Dec. 4.-A session of I
the South Carolina confeernce was I
held this afternoon, but it was largely
taken up by the hearing of reports i
from the respective boards and com
mittees. Bethel church in Spartanburg
has been awarded the Sunday school I
banner of conference.
The bishop tonight .made the fol
lowing appointments for 1912, which
were read as follows:
I P. F. Kilgo, presiding elder; Clin- e
ton, J. E. Mahaffey; Easley, P. B. In
graham; Fountain Inn, S. T. Black- 1
man; Gray Court, J. P. Attaway; j
Greenvillke, Buncombo Street, M. L- .
-Carlisle; Greenville, St. Pauls, E. S. j
Jones; Greenville, Hampton Ave., J. I
M. Rogers; Greenville, West Green- 3
ville, L. L. Inabinet; Grenville, South 3
Greenville, J. T. McFarlanie; Green- e
ville, Bethel and Poe, D. W. Keller;
Greenville CircuIt, J. G. Huggins; C
Grieers, E. T. Hodges; Laurens, First c
Church, L. P. McGhee; Laurens Cir- E
cuit, J. C. Davis; Liberty, D. R. Huff; j
North lckens, E. L. Thomas; Pickens, g
G. F. Kirby; Piedmont, W. L. Wait; 3
South Greers, W. M. Owings Travel- .
ers' Rest, Joe D. Bell; West Easley,
A. A. Merritt
C. B. Smith, presiding elder; An- E
derson, St. Johns, S. A. Donahoe; Orr- (
ville and Toxaway, J. W. Neely; An-. I
treville, R. K. Rhoad; Calhoun Seneca,
'P. A. Murray; Honea Path, G. W. I
Davis; Lowndesville, J. C. Chandler; I
McCormick, N. G. Ballenger; Pelzer I
W. S. Myers; Pendleton, A. V. Har- I
bin; Starr, J. L. Singleton; Townville, C
J. E. Cook; Walhalla, G. C. Leonard;'3
Walhalla Circuit-W. D. Patrick; ,
Westminster, M. G. Latham; William- 1
ston and Belton, J. L. Stokes and G. G.
Harmon, supply; Williamston Circuit, r
M. M. Brooks.
J. W. Daniel, presiding elder; Al- I
lendale, J. W. Wolling; Appleton, E. I
Z. James; Beaufort and Port Royal, I
3. H Nolead; Bethel Circuit, R. C. I
Boulware; Black Swamp, W. W. Wil- I
liams; city of Charleston-Bethel, W. I
B. Duncan; Trinity, R. S. Truesdale; F
Spring Street, G. T. Harmon, Jr.; &
Cumberland, 3. T. Peeler; Mount a
Pleasant, Young's Island, W. V. Dib- I
ble;' Cottageville, J. P. Inabinet; Cy- 3
press, 3. R. Copeland; Ehrhardt, H. W. t
Whitaker; Estell, F. E. Hodges; Hamp- e
ton, 0. M. Abner; Hendersonville, W. A~
C. Kelly; Lodge, W. P. Meaders, Jr.; I
Ridgeland, W. S. Henry; Ridgeville, 3.
W. Ella.ns; South Hampton, J. E. Car
ter; Summerville, E. A. Wayne; Wal- EF
terboro, 3. H. Cauthen. F
Cokesbury District C
W. P. Meadors, presiding elder; Ab- ~
beville, W. T. Duncan; Abbeville Cir- IC
cuit, 3. M. Lawson; Butler, F. G. Whit- t
lock; Cokesbury, G. F. Clarson; Green
wood-Main Street, J. W. Kilgo; I
Greenwood Mills, ,T. -B. Connelly; c
Greenwood Circuit, M. T. Wharton; J
Kinards, W. R. Bauknight; Newberry, F
Central, J. E. Carlisle; Newberry, Oak- F
lh.d and Jalapa, to be supplied; New- C
berry, O'Neall Street and Mollohon, A. ~
M. Gardner; Newberry Circuit, J. M.
Fridy; Ninety Six, F. E. Bibble; Parks
ville, B. H. Covington; Phoenix, Fos- D
ter Speer; Prosperity, S. C. Morris;
Princeton, R. M. Dubose; Saluda, 4E. C
H. Taylor; Walterloo, I. T. Miller. C
Wnitmire, 0. A. Jeffcoat and R. E.
Mood; Lander College, J. 0. Wilson,
president, and R. A. Child, fincancia' C
W. M. Duncan, presiding elder; Aik-*
en, J. B. Traywick; Aiken Circuit, D).
E. Jeffcoat; Batesburg, 5. 0. Cantey;
Bath and Langley, A. R. Phillips; Co
lumbia, Washington Street, E. 0. Wat
son; Columbia, Main Street, T. G.
Herbert; Columbia, Green Streiet, A. E.
Holler; Columbia, Granby, E. A. Wil
kes; Columbia, Brookland, W. C.
Winn; Columbia, Edgewood, W. M.
McLendon; Columbia, Shandon, Ham
lin Ethridge; Columbia, Waverly and
Bethel, 3. A. Campbell; Edgefield, J.
R. Walker; Fairfield, M. PEeler, and
E. W. Mason, supply; Gilbert, C. S.
F'elder; Graniteville and Vaucluse, J.
H. Thacker; Johnston, E. H. Becklam;
Leesville, E. Driggers; Leesville Cir
cuit, G. K. Way; Lexington, J. E.
Rushton; Lexington Fork, C. W. Bur
gess; North Augusta, C. E. Peeler;
Ridgeway, J. P. Winningham; Spring-j
2eld, S. HI. Booth; Swansea, 3. K. Ina-l
binet; Wagner, W. B. Quick; Columbia
College, W. W. Daniel, president; Ep
worth Orphanage, W. B. Wharton,
superintendent;; student to Vander
bilt university, J. W. Lewis.
W. A. Massebeau, presiding elder;'
Benniettsville, Peter Stokes; Bennetts
ville Cirent, M. W. Hook; Brightsville,
M. F. Dukes; Bethlehem, J. G. Farr;
- Ci e" - "id : Chesterfield, L. L.
Be .-. V w-l4+r Trinity, R.
'. S. Hook; Darlington Circuit, E. R.
fason; East Chesterfield, T. B. Owens;
lorence, R. E. Turnipseed; Harts
ille, B. G. Murphy; Jefferson, J. A.
'-raham; Lamar, B. M. R&bertson;
Aiberty, J. H. Moore; Marlboro, J. B.
Veldon; McBee, J. L. Tyler; McColl,
T. Fowler; Middendorf, W. C. Bow
en; Pageland, J. A. McGraw; Tim
aonsville and Pisgah, W. E. Wiggins;
"immonsville Circuit, W. B. Baker;
Lssistant Sunday School Editor, L. F.
R. L. Holroyd, presiding elder;
Lndrews, W. 0. Henderson; Cades, J.
,.Mullinix; Cordesville, J. B. Pros
er; Georgetown, Duncan, Henry
tokes; Georgetown, West End, L.
. Peeler; Greeleyville, W. H. Murray
loney Hill, J. C. Taylor; Johnsonville
nd Prospect, E. P. Hutson; Jordan,
V. T. Patrick; Kingstree, W. A4
'airey; Lake City, C. C. Derrick, and
V. S. Stokest supply; McClellansville,
V. R. Way; New Zion, J. R. Sojourn
r; Pee Dee, J. 0. Carraway; Pineo
olis, W. C. Gleaton; Rome, T. 3.
Iyde; Salters, W. T. Bedenbaugh;
ampit, W. H. Perry; Scranton, J. W.
,ailey and W. H. Perry; Scranton, W.
Bailey; South Florence, J. M. Gas
ue; Summerton and iSt. Paul's, 3. R.
R. H. Jonies, presiding elder; Beth
3hem, S. J. Bethea; Brittons, 3. A.
oungblood; Brownsville, J. I.
pinks; Bucksville, W. R. . Barnes;
entenary, R. R. Doyle; Conway, A.
. BottS'; ,Conway Circpit; E. F. Scog
ins; Clio, C. C. Herbert; Dillon, A. N.
runson; Gallivants, D. H. Everett;
atta, A. T. Dunlap; Latta Circuit, 3.
. Graves; Little River, R. F. Bryant;
Aittle Rock, M. Dargan; Loris, S. T.
reech and H. L. Singleton, supply;
Earion, S. B. Harper; Marion Circuit,
. M. Meetze; Mullins, W. C. Kirk
ad; Mullins Circuit, W. A. Beckham;
orth Mullins, W. C. Owens; Wacca
aw, W. M. Hardin.
M. L. Banks, presiding elder; Bam
erg and Bamberg mills, W. H.
lodges; Barnwell, W. J. Snyder;
ranchville, W. S. Martin; Cameron, J.
. Simpson; Denmark, T. E. Morris;
~disto, T. W. Goodbold; Eutawville, S.
). Vaughn; Grover, S. W. Danner;
arleyville, S. A. Lesley; Norway, W.
i.Goodwin; Olar, to be supplied; Or
,geburg, St. Paul's, W. H. Bays;
"rovidence, J. 3. Stevenson and 3. W.
V'ay, supply; Rowesville, 3. K. Holl
ian and G. W. Dukes, supply; Smoak
s, . 0.. Counts; St. George, J.. W.
ial; student Vanderbelt university,
Rock Hill District.
T. C. O'Dell, presiding elder;
lacksburg, 3. L Patton; Blackstock,
[. B. Hardy; Chester, J. C. Roper;
hester circuit, J. H. Montgomery;
lover circuit, H. G. Hardin; East
hester, R. A. Longue; East Lancas
r, G. T. Rhoad; Fort Mill, T. 3.
7hitie; Hickor'y Grove, W. B. Justus;
ancaster, M. M. Brabham; Lancaster
ircuit, C. P. Carter; North Rock Hill,
.A. Wtbite; Richburg, D. A. Philips;
~ock Hill, St. John's, E. K. Hardin;
ock Hill circuit, L. T. Phillips, F. L.
411nan; Winnsboro, G. C. Hutchins;
ork'ille, J. F. Anderson.
A. J. Cauthen, presiding elder; Bel
iont, L. W. Johns; Campobello, R. L.
eaton; Carlisle, 0. N. Rountree;
herokee, R. A. Brock; Clifton and
owpns, J. N. Ivins; Enoree, Elizie
[yers; Gaffney, Buforton Street, G. P.
Watson; .Gaffney, Limestone Street, B.
. Vaughn; Gaffney circuit, J. A. Bled
oe; Inman, J. A. Cook; Jonesville,
We have thier
75c. and $1.0
Wes on Corn
JOHN WET CC
W. H. Arial; Kelton, A. H. best and R.
0. Lawton; Pacolet Mills, C. D. Daysey;
Reidsville, E. L. McCoy; Sparta.nburg,
Bethel, J. W. Speak; Spartanburg,
Central, R. E. Stackhouse; Spartan
burg, Duncan and Glendale, J. B.
Guess; Spartanburg, North Spartan
burg, W. H. Polk; Spartanburg, West
Spartanburg, J. W. Shell; Union, Buf
falo and Green Street, B. D. Jones;
-Union, J. H. Danner; Woodruff. J. H.
Brown; Conference secretary, Mis
isions, M. B. Kelley; Southern Chris
-tian Advocate, b,. A. Nettles, M. L.
Dowell; Industrial Institute, D. E.
W. I. Herbert, presiding elder;
Bethany, T. F. Gibson; Bishopville, G.
E. Edwards; Camden, H. B. Brown;
Elloree, J. E. Strickland; Fort Motte,
J. V. Davis; Heath Springs, H. C.
Mouzon; Kershaw, S. D. Bailey;
Lunchburg, J. S. B. Easley; Manning,
F. N. Shuler; Oswego, T. W. Munner-1
lyn; Pinewood, J. B. Wilson; Provi
dence, J. N. Wright; Richland. George
Lee; St. Jobn's and Rembert's, -R. E.
Sharpe; St. Matthews, J. M. Steadman;
Sumter, First Church, D. M. McLeod;
Sumter, Broad Street, R. W. Humph
reys; Wateree, Oscar Spires; trans
ferred, C. A. Norton, North Carolina.
PLANS NEW SKYSCRAPER.
National Loan and Exchange Bank
Will Erect It In Columbia-"Twin"
of Present Building.
Columbia, Di. 6.-The National
Loan and Exchange bank, of Columbia,
will erect, in thle near future, a dupaIi
cate of the building .it occupies at
present, popularly known as "the sky
scrapper." The inew building will
front on Washington street and be
connected with Columbia's original
"skyscraper." The National Loan and
Exchange bank announced its inten
tion to construct another 12-story
building after a meeting of the board
.of directors yesterday morning.
When the plans at present under
way are consummated, Columbia will
have three new buildings of the "sky
craper." The new building will
bank will erect a 10-sory, L-shaped
building at the northeast corner of
Main and Gervais streets early in
1912. The Palmetto Construction cor
pany will build a 14-story building
;9.t the northeast corner of Main and
Washington streets for the Palmetto
Nationa.l bank. Plans for the thirdl
"skyscraper" were announced yester
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